Computadora – Apple’s newest laptop, now available for $1,699 – comes in two different versions.
The 32GB version has a 2.3GHz dual-core processor, 4GB of RAM, a 512GB solid-state drive and a full-size screen.
The 128GB version is more limited to 2GB of memory and 8GB of storage, and has a more powerful processor, 512GB of ram, a faster SSD and a touchscreen.
Apple also sells the 64GB model with an extra 128GB SSD, a touchscreen display, a bigger hard drive and an extra battery.
But both models have 256GB of internal storage.
A 256GB model costs $2,299 and the 128GB model $2 and $2.99.
Both versions have a USB-C port, but there’s no USB Type-C connector.
Apple sells the 128Gb model with a 2TB hard drive for $2.,999 and the 256Gb model for $3,299.
Both have a full, integrated webcam, wireless charging and a USB Type C port.
Apple has said the 128gb model has “all the power and features of the 128-GB model but at a much lower price.”
Computer programming language C++ is also available on both models, as is Visual Studio 2017.
MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro with Retina Display, Apple iPad Pro with 10.5-inch Retina display and iPad Pro 12.9-inch display Computer programming languages are generally expensive.
You can get a Macbook Pro with a 256GB SSD for $7,299, while a 64GB version costs $9,999.
There’s also a 128GB Macbook with an Intel Core i5 processor for $12,999, but you’ll need a $500 processor to get that model.
Apple does not provide pricing for the new iPad Pro or iPad Pro 10.3-inch.
The iPad Pro is a 10.7-inch iPad with a 12.7MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing camera and 4GB RAM.
The 10.6-inch version costs only $749.